Thursday, July 20, 2017

Album Review: Jim James – Eternally Even

Jim James, best known as the front man of the indie/alternative band My Morning Jacket, is back with his second solo album Eternally Even,...

Review: Father John Misty – Fear Fun

  When talking about his pseudonym, Father John Misty, the former drummer and component of Fleet Foxes, Josh Tillman, paraphrases a quote from Phillip Roth’s...

Live Review: The Head And The Heart – Red Rocks, Colorado

The Head and the Heart have been busy learning Kung-Fu, how to fly planes, collaborating with Mavis Staples and pursuing other musical projects, after...

Album Review: Conor Oberst – Salutations

On October 14th, 2016 Conor Oberst presented a draft of Ruminations that demonstrated the basic simplicity and emotion it takes to produce original, entertaining...

Review: Seth Lakeman – Tales From The Barrel House

  Seth Lakeman has always been an artist who has teetered on the edge of great public acclaim, but he is undoubtedly one of the...

Review: Bob Dylan – Tempest

  If you ever managed to listen to Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour, you’d know it’s full of Bill Monroe, Anita O’Day, Amos Milburn,...

Review: Feldspar – The Flat And Paper Sky Vol II

  After the success of their first EP The Flat And Paper Sky Vol I, winning them fans at Radio 2 and causing their impressive...

Review: Beth Jeans Houghton – Yours Truly, Cellophane Nose

When describing Beth Jeans Houghton’s music, the following words are often thrust around:  insane, fierce, eccentric, ambitious, unpredictable and manic. Delicate and beautiful are often...

Live Review: Norma Jean Martine – Servant Jazz Quarters, London

How do you even begin to describe Norma Jean Martine? She has a bit of blues, she has a bit of pop, she has...

Live Review: Devon Sproule – Norwich Arts Centre

In the backstreets of Norwich stands the unassuming and quaint Arts Centre, an old refurbished church which, with candle-filled coffee mugs adorning the tables...